Publications & presentations

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Peacock, S.J., K. Gagnon, Y. Jin and M.A. Lewis. Biased correlated random walks and invasive spread: Insights from the alga Codium fragile. Submitted to American Naturalist.


Peacock, S.J., B.M. Connors, M. Krkosek, J.R. Irvine and M.A. Lewis. 2013. Can reduced predation offset negative effects of sea louse parasites on chum salmon? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281: 20132913. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2013.2913 *read a summary of this paper here

Rogers, L.A., S.J. Peacock, P. McKenzie, S. DeDominicis, S.R.M. Jones, P. Chandler, M.G.G. Foreman, C.W. Revie and M. Krkosek. 2013. Modeling parasite dynamics on farmed salmon for precautionary conservation management of wild salmon. PLoS ONE 8(4): e60096. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060096 

Peacock, S.J., M. Krkosek, S. Proboszcz, C. Orr and M. Lewis. 2013. Cessation of a salmon decline with control of parasites. Ecological Applications 23(3): 606-620. *news coverage in the Globe & Mail and CBC

Peacock, S. and C.A. Holt.  2012. Metrics and sampling designs for detecting trends in the distribution of spawning Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69(4): 681-694.

Krkosek, M., B.M. Connors,  H. Ford, S. Peacock, P. Mages, J.S. Ford, A. Morton, J. Volpe, R. Hilborn, L.M. Dill and M.A. Lewis.  2011. Fish farms, parasites, and predators: implications for salmon population dynamics. Ecological Applications 21(3): 897-914.


Peacock, S. and C.A. Holt. 2010. A review of metrics of distribution with application to Conservation Units under Canada's Wild Salmon Policy. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2888: xii + 36 p.

posters & Presentations

Disease Dynamics 2013, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC: Sea lice control and transmission dynamics [poster].

Seminar in Mathematical Biology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB: Models to management: Sea lice transmission from farm to wild salmon.

PIMS IGTC Summit, Naramata, BC: Parasite-mediated release from predation.

Models in Ecology, Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, Bamfield, BC: Connecting parasite population dynamics on farms to spatio-temporal patterns of sea lice on juvenile wild salmon.

MBI Recent advances in statistical inference for Mathematical Biology, Columbus, Ohio, USA: Distinguishing sources of parasites on wild juvenile salmon [poster].

PIMS Mathematical Biology Worship and IGTC Summit, Victoria, BC: Interdisciplinary Research: the Broughton Archipelago Monitoring Program.

International Marine Conservation Congress, Victoria, BC: Nine years of sea lice and pink salmon population dynamics in the Broughton Archipelago.

PIMS IGTC Summit, Naramata, BC: Modelling management of sea lice in aquaculture.

DFO Regional Science Forum, Victoria, BC: Assessing metrics of the distribution of spawners with application to Canada's Wild Salmon Policy.

Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference, Bamfield, BC: Aquaculture management and sea lice transmission dynamics in the Broughton Archipelago.

Some informal presentations I’ve given can be viewed on Prezi.

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